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If I do not enter the cost basis, then it shows as a profit. how should I go about it?
I am using the software but has nothing to check the box
what should I enter the cost basis?
should I enter the cost basis as same as the sale basis?
No it does not show any thing
It shows Box 6 as a non covered
gives the box 1a
and it shows Box 2
nothing on Box 3
this 1099 b was given by the broker
I don't think I have a record of that
do I need to mention whether it is a RSU, NQSO? so on?
I don't think so but I was looking at last year tax filing where the tax preparer was mentioning against the stocks
do I need to mention them? if so how do I know it?
how do I know if it is ESPP?
but do I need to enter it on Schedule D?
what is CUSIP
I did sell them but my 1099-B does not show that
every thing is included in base price
in what way does it help me?
how should I enter the stock is ESPP or RSU? Should I write it on description?
on 1099 B they did not mention whether it is RSU or ESPP or so on
previous tax preparer mentioned under each stock less gain already included in compensation
what does that mean and how should I write that? where should i write it?
on W2 they mentioned V under 12c column where and how to report that?
This is to report the income from the sale of non statutory stock options. This amount is also included in box 1 of the W2. You should input this number in the 12V box on your form W2.
If you sold this stock it should be listed on your 1099-B and you should report it on Form 8949 and Schedule D.